India’s First AI Based Electric Performance Motorcycle ‘Revolt Intellicorp’ Teased


India’s first AI-based electric motorcycle teased and the launch will take place in June 2019

Revolt Intellicrop is the brainchild of Micromax co-founder Rahul Sharma and the company has released a new teaser sketch of their upcoming electric motorcycle. To make the new product stand out from other competitors, the Research & Development department has lots of veterans.

The teaser sketch reveals that the electric bike design is similar to other ICE performance bikes as it is a naked bike with a sharp looking LED headlamp. The front forks are upside down and to give a muscular feel, the forks might be around 40 mm. The fender design also gives a sporty look to the motorcycle.

The minimalistic body panels give a unique look and the handlebar is expected to be a clip-on type, which will be positioned slightly higher. The footpegs will be rear-set and the bikes get a single piece-seat but the pillion seat is slightly raised. The electric motor is expected to be placed lower to keep the centre of gravity low.


The company has given mono-shock at the rear while the tail lamp will be LED light with a new design for the mudguard. The chain will be an open type and the tyres are expected to be wider, which will improve corner stability. The upcoming performance bike comes with a fully digital instrument cluster and it is loaded with information.

One of the stands out feature of the new electric motorcycle is going to Artificial Intelligence as it will be the first motorcycle to come with it. We can expect the motorcycle to be connected remotely to controls various features and gives information like remaining battery percentage, the location of the bike along with other features.

The bike comes with 4G sim and the company has confirmed that it will get OTA updates. The electric bike is expected to come with a range of around 150 km and a top speed of 85 kph. The official launch will take place in June and the company has invested more than 500 crores for development and production.